DATES COMING UP WITH
JONNY & LYNNETTE'S ROCKY ROAD RAMBLERS ARE...
Sun 25th Feb 2018 Vaqueros Holiday Weekend, (23rd-25th) Scarborough 01274 671115
Sat 24th 2018 Golden Buckle Mini festival,
Walesby , notts NG22 9PF
Sun 25th 2018 St Ives Cornwall
Sat 2nd June 2018 The 33rd Golden Buckle festival, Walesby , notts , NG22 9 PF
Sun 24th June 2018 Brecklands Festival, Stonham Barns, Stowmarket, Ipswich
Sat 28th Rock Ridge Round Up, Gateshead,
NE16 5ET (afternoon)
Sun 26th Aug 2018 The Broken Spoke Festival, Yafforth, DL7 0QA (afternoon)
Sat 29th Vaqueros cm holiday weekend, Scarborough (afternoon)
Sat 17th Aug Quickdraw Festival, Northants (afternoon)
Fri 20th Browns CMC, Treeton Community
Back in April Jonny and Lynnette attended the second CCN (Club Awards) Awards show,
this year held at Drax S&S Club, where some of Britain's finest muscians and entertainers
all gathered to hear the results of the country music awards.
Jonny and Lynnette were nominated for both 'Duo of the year' and
'female vocalist of the year' awards and they are very proud to announce
that Lynnette Marie was awarded 'female vocalist of the year 2017'.
Thank you to all of you who took the time to put pen to paper and vote
for Jonny & Lynnette in these awards, it is the best feeling to be nominated
and short listed for any award but to go on and win is such a
privilege and amazing feeling.
This month we saw the 32nd Golden Buckle CMC festival held at Walesby and what a festival it was!
Over nine days we had an amazing line up of artists from all over the UK including guest artists from Ireland and the USA with the fabulous Joni Harms headlining the bank holiday monday show.
Included in the line up, with their debut performance was Jonny & Lynnettes Rocky Road Ramblers.
The interest was so great that they have started taking bookings and are looking forward to playing their brand of music that favours the lively BR549 and Hank Williams to the sweet style of Patsy Cline and Wanda Jackson.
Keep an eye out for this band as they play and live by their motto 'have a good time all the time!' and they certainly intend to do just that.